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- On the 12th edition of The Chris Petersen Show, the coach ponders why this team can’t close. Myles Bryant and Jimmy Lake join Tony Castricone as well.
- Christian Caple from The Athletic ($) profiles sophomore wide receiver Terrell Bynum, who is quietly emerging this season.
- Mike Vorel from The Seattle Times previews the chess match that will take place tonight between the UW and OSU coaching staffs.
- How to Watch/Listen
- Chris Petersen with the media
- Keys to the game
- Game Preview/Podcast
- Know your Foe
Extend the play, Eason:
Men’s hoops takes on #16 Baylor in Anchorage at 6:30 tonight on ESPN.
Excited to watch @Dreamville_33 make his @UW_MBB debut.@TheAndyKatz interviews five-star freshman Isaiah Stewart about his relationship with @Coach_Hopkins, why he chose UW, and Friday's season opener vs. Baylor. #Pac12Hoops pic.twitter.com/CaQJGBXp1A— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) November 7, 2019
Game preview with Aaron Beach, who says the Huskies will likely struggle with a Baylor team who employs “A bunch of 6’4” shooters.”
PODCAST (25m): Chris Fetters and Aaron Beach break down what they expect to see from UW during Friday's game between the Huskies and Baylor. The game is part of the Armed Forces Classic in Anchorage and starts at 6:30 pm PT on ESPN. https://t.co/r8cpKSMgLH pic.twitter.com/ph1YR9JAnz— Dawgman.com (@Dawgman247) November 8, 2019
Excited to see this dynamic duo play this season:
On Isaiah Stewart: "He’ll make a difference in the culture of our program for the next 20 years," Mike Hopkins says.— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) November 7, 2019
Then there's Jaden McDaniels.
"I guess you can say I’m quiet. I like to let my game speak for me." https://t.co/3D3lQZ8XZe
The #14 Huskies move to 18-5 (9-4 Pac-12):
#1 Men’s soccer (14-2, 7-1) has 10-game winning streak snapped at home:
I can still see that ball bouncing out of the end zone, then taking a left turn right in front of me.